Today we are speaking with one of our contractors, Craig Johnson from AllProWashing.com in Carrollton, TX about his experience pressure washing shingles and what to look out for. Whenever you pressure wash your roof, you want to watch out for any electrical wires a big hardware that you can bump into. Or all the loose stuff under your feet, especially when you’re working on the pitch part of the roof that could throw your white off the roof or electrocute you.
If you are looking for a reliable roof pressure cleaning company in the Carrollton, TX area, then reach out to AllProWashing at (214) 390-4557.
Now, this is a normal single room. Part of it is pitched and part of it is flat. So you want to work it from the top and work your way down. Always work the stuff away from you. Now remember with shingles, you don’t want to get too close on them. If you get too close on shingles, they’re going to fly off and then you got roof repair. All you want to do is kind of take this debris off and wash it down a little. So just kind of work the debris. And then channel it away from you. So work this debris away from you and channel it on away. And remember when you’re on a roof, be aware of where your feet are, because if you fall you’re going to fall a lot further than just hitting the ground.
Now the way to work with the pressure washer is to start with the top and start bringing it down. And you will find little gullies that are full of trash. So you work at something like this and you notice I’m starting at the top and I’m bringing everything down. Now once that’s done, then I want to go ahead and just sort of work this other stuff over. That’s a lot of work to do. I’m going to go ahead and shovel it all up with the pressure washer, but this is the basic technique for pressure washing a road.
Interested in hiring a reliable roof pressure cleaning company in the Carrollton, TX area, then get in touch with AllProWashing at (214) 390-4557.